# MATH

1. When squaring a complex number using De Moivre's theorem, there are two answers.

TRUE
FALSE

i think it's true, but I'm not sure.

thanks.

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1. false. r^2 and 2θ only have a single value each.

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posted by Steve
2. thank you

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posted by Hali

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